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title:“Robert Carter to George Mason”
authors:Robert Carter
date written:1791-8-25

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Carter, Robert. "Letter to George Mason." The Papers of George Mason. Vol. 3. Ed. A Rutland. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1970. 1235. Print.
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File Copy, Carter Letterbook, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Robert Carter to George Mason (August 25, 1791)

Nomony Hall 25th Augt. 1791
DEAR SIR
The Wish of the Representatives of the late Mrs. E: Lowndes & myself to have you to determine our matter of difference seem to accord so perfectly; that I presumed that an award would certainly be made up by yourself, and Bonds have actually been exchanged.
Mr. Maund is now ill, which prevented his returning to me your Letter; however I mistake not the Time appointed for the Decision interfered with Business of your own—I now propose that you yourself appoint both time & place for the hearing the matter, and that you will advise accordingly. I am Dear Sir, Your very Hum. Servt.
ROBT. CARTER

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